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Okay, this is strange... Long time ago I played around with http://www.askvg.com/how-to-remove-network-from-windows-7-explorers-navigation-pane/ to hide the Network from Navigation pane. Made a GPO to do this automatic. Yesterday I've moved that setting to it's own GPO. Changed the reg setting back and it worked.
You can't have two DEFAULT gateways. A default gateway is the gateway that is used for all traffic that does not have a more specific route defined. You can see how having two of these wouldn't make sense. You need to add a default gateway to one of the interfaces and create a static route bound to the other interface for the other network with route.exe
First, use the right terms. You are talking about the 10.0.0.x network with a netmask of /24. A 10-network would be 10.x.y.z with a netmask of /8. Now if you do not need a gateway for this network - do not define one. You only need a (default) routing-entry if you want to leave that network with an address within that network. I suspect there is something ...
Like SpacemanSpiff mentioned about multiple default gateways for the interface. I had a similar problem which was resolved after adding the second default gateway on the interface.
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